United States And European Commission Concerns Over Coronavirus COVID-19

U.S. And  European Commission Over Coronavirus COVID-19

United States Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo spoke with European Commission President


United States Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo spoke with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on 14 March. The United States and The European Commission discussed the importance of working together to limit the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19, noting that preventing the spread of the Coronavirus was a shared priority. Secretary Pompeo and President von der Leyne agreed that cooperation between the United States and the European Union was important. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a United States Department of Health and Human Services, has determined that the virus presents a serious public health hazard, and the CDC continues to take steps to prevent Coronavirus spread. But with state and local health departments, the CDC has limited resources, and the public health system may be overwhelmed if large-scale human-to-human transmission of the Coronavirus is sustained in the United States. The CDC has determined that the United Kingdom SARS-CoV-2's is widely spreading person-to-person. The people are experiencing transmission As of March 13, 2020, the World Health Organization reported that there were 594 cases of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom, 5 times as many as 7 days ago. The Republic of Ireland has an open border with the United Kingdom, in which individuals generally Can be freely transferred between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom - by land to Northern Ireland and Wales and England and Scotland by ferry or plane.  the World Health Organization reported that there were 70 cases of COVID-19 in the Republic of Ireland, 5 times more than 7 days earlier.

The G7 Ministerial Summit should be Virtual on Video Teleconference due to Coronavirus COVID-19


The G7 Ministerial Summit should be hosted with an abundance of caution of Coronavirus, The United States has decided to host the upcoming G7 Ministerial Summit by video teleconference rather than assemble in Pittsburgh on 24 to 25 March. We thank the City of Pittsburgh for hosting this year's G7 Minister summit and for planning and assisting this year's event. due to Coronavirus Covid-19.

Temporary stagnation of international students exchange programs due to COVID-19


The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) will temporarily pause all ECA-funded international students exchange programs, due to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Alert Level 2 for Avoid Non-Sensory Travel or Increased Foreign travel for stopping the spread of Coronavirus  COVID-19.